The next “Brattleboro Citizens’ Breakfast” will take place on Friday, April 19, 2013 at the Gibson Aiken Center, downstairs, hosted by Senior Meals. Doors open at 7:30am.
Moss Kahler promises to speak to everything you want to know about Brattleboro’s upcoming Curbside Compost program — about containers/cart; what’s OK and what is not OK to put in the curbside compost; how to sign up; where and when to pick up curbside carts and kitchen containers; what it costs to participate; when it will start . . . (etc.)
Please do not hesitate to pass along this invitation to others who might be interested, but:
=> Because we really do need to anticipate the number of people planing to have breakfast, please RSVP by no later than Monday, April 15, by replying to – (or call 518-505-9031 [c])
=> The breakfast, provided by Senior Meals will feature French Toast, home fries, sausage, fruit, yogurt and juice. Cost is $6.00 for those under 50 years of age. ($3.50 is the suggested donation for those over 60 years.)
Other Items of Interest:
• Friends of Brooks Memorial Library Big Spring Booksale – Friday, April 12, 10 to 6, and Saturday April 13, 10 to 2.
• Public Presentation + Discussion: Sustainable Communities Initiative: Conway School Projects in Windham County, VT Monday, April 15, 2013 at 6:30pm – Co-op Community Room
• Gregory B. Jaczko, former Chair of the NRC, and an advocate for stringent safety measures, said recently that all US nuclear reactors have ‘irreparable’ safety issues; he reportedly supports phasing out all current reactors.